Mercury Computer Releases High-End 3D Image and Simulation Visualization

Avizo product line for engineering data analysis said to be intuitive.

Avizo product line for engineering data analysis said to be intuitive.

By DE Editors

Mercury Computer Systems (Chelmsford, MA; announced Avizo, a new software product line that provides high-end 3D image and simulation data visualization and analysis capabilities within an intuitive workflow and easy-to-use graphical user interface.

Avizo is said to offer a comprehensive, versatile, scalable application framework that addresses all aspects of 3D scientific and industrial data visualization, processing, analysis, and presentation. Based on Open Inventor by Mercury, Avizo delivers high-quality and high-performance 3D graphics capabilities, including Flow data, Scalar, Vector and Tensor visualization; as well as state-of-the-art image segmentation, 3D reconstruction and quantification tools.

Avizo is suitable for managing multiphysics data, and its open architecture enables users to create new custom components such as specific file readers and writers, computation modules, and even new visualization modules.

Initially marketed under the amira brand, and widely used in the Life Sciences and biomedical research markets, the Avizo product line delivers powerful visualization and analysis capabilities for applications in all visual simulation fields, including computer-aided engineering, materials science, geosciences, and general scientific and industrial activities.

Avizo 5 is available for Linux and Windows, 32- and 64-bit environments, and support for additional platforms is planned. Packaged in configurable Editions and Extensions, the Avizo product line provides a framework that fits diverse fields of research. Price: $5,000. Academic discounts are available.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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